Steve Biko extends lead at summit


By Sulayman Bah Steve Biko are showing no sign of slowing down just yet as they Steve Biko continue to top standings in the country’s second tier. Gaffer Abdoulie Bojang’s men are hunting to secure automatic promotion following their demotion last term and are on course to that as theylead the way in the Second Division consolidating their authority with a win over Tallinding United. A lone goal was all but enough to inflict damage on fourth-placed Tallinding. Seaview who sits second hammered Gambia Immigration three goals to clutch their fourteenth point of the season in seven games. Samger on joint-second earlier beat Lamin United and have a game in hand having played six games so far. Sixth-placed Young Africans bit the dust to KGI as the second from bottom club whose coach have reportedly resigned, picked their first win of the ongoing season. Serrekunda East managed to breeze past Blue Star 3-2 in a five goal-thriller duel in another tie.  ]]>